I have 2 other sites: Multidays.com
Multiday Running Pages
Thursday April 5, 2007 18:49
Saturday June 10, 2006 9:29
The really amazing news is that the new magazine is finally out. I
posted a whole bunch today and a few more will go out tomorrow. Its
not perfect but it happened and now I'm working on the next one.
The 6 & 10 day races are looming with about a month to go and this
weekend two multidays are taking place in Greece
and in South
Africa. Checkout updates on the home sites or on the the Multiday
Another project that I think is really cool is the Ultrawiki site hosted by Don Lundell on Zombierunner. This is a community project that anyone can help with if they have any background or knowledge in this area. I encourage people to sign up and add some info about your favourite ultra race, site, person or whatever as long as its ultra related
Monday February 13, 2006 23:41
Hard to believe but I have another new website running under the name of Multiday Running. This one features the new blog, in case you haven't seen it, a links portal and a forum though there's not much call for a forum at the moment, its there ready to spring into life.The main thing though is the links portal which will grow into something really useful over the next few months.
The Multiday Running Magazine is still in production. I am having to learn new software to produce something I'm happy with. I have the material for the Jan/Feb issue as well and am now collecting articles/race reports for the April/May issue. Please don't give up. They will be here eventually.
Friday November 4, 2005 10:27
Tuesday October 11, 2005 9:44
The blog is on fire at the moment. I can't believe how much traffic is coming in so short a space of time. I still have Jesper fever even though he's 3,ooo miles away - we are still connected as are many friends he's made on his long long journey. Checkout the Hot Blog Also the 24 hour pages are getting relatively popular and I hope to continue expanding in that distance.
Jesper Olsen holds the World Harmony Run torch with Suprabha Beckjord.
Wednesday September 28, 2005 19:50
Tarit Stott takes the o/50 prize as he completes his ninth West Highland Way race. I have only just found this report about the WHW which takes place around the Summer Solstice.
Saturday September 24, 2005 7:32
That which we persist in doing becomes easier, not that the task =
Monday September 5, 2005 16:08
EZ6 will be returning later on this month with new material and also later on this this month the long awaited May/June edtion of Multiday Running magazine. I'm soliciting material for the October edition which should be out in about 6-7 weeks... I hope. Anyway its all happening in its own time. I am not the Master of that dimension.
As soon as I can I'll archive this page as it's a huge thing for dial-up to deal with.
Saturday August 13, 2005 11:17On reaching 1000 miles.
summers in a row have been spent running around this loop in Queens
for a total 8,900 miles in 3 races. But it seeems as if I have an insatiable
appetite for I already find myself wondering if I will be recovered
in time for this 24 hour race or that 6 day race. I can't believe it
Tuesday May 31, 2005 18:22
Chamberlain will be running the Brecon Beacons Traverse solo on
June 4th with a support crew. The Brecon Beacons Traverse is a long
distance route which visits all summits higher than 2000' in South Wales
and is about 72 miles with 17,000 feet of climb and some of the best
views of Wales in the world. (joke)
I am trying to put together the next edition of Multiday Running before the race begins - I don't think I will tie myself to publication dates... I'm not called the King of Late for nothing. And this partly explains the lack of Newsletter at the moment - I'm just maxed out. Once the race starts things will get very simple very quickly. However I have the material for the magazine - people have been very kind. Don Allison, Editor of Ultrarunning magazine, who came to the 6 and 10 day race to help Pat crew for the eventual race winner Danny Ripka, was very supportive of the project.
Also working on the Multiday Runners Handbook. It needs a total rewrite
but its already been a year and I havent been able to get to it in a
Thursday May 12, 2005 0:51
Sri Chinmoy 6 day race is won by Dipali Cunningham for the ladies and Floridas own Danny Ripka. as soon as I can get it together I will update Multidays. I am still working on the srichinmoyraces.org site and will upload some more galeries in the next few days.
Thursday May 5, 2005 9:27
Wednesday April 27, 2005 23:03
Friday April 22, 2005 9:40
5 days or so before the Self-Transcendence 10 day race begins and the energy is rising once again. There are 45 runners or so for the both races and there are usually a few last minute entrants. Louis 'the beard' Rios is returning as is the ladies reigning champion, Dipali Cunningham and a host of regulars and a few first timers making the usual international eclectic mix that is a hall mark of the SCMT multiday races.
Also next weekend there will be a 24 hour race in South Plainfield, New Jersey, "The Tiger 24" raising funds for kids in need.
April 17, 2005
So The World Harmony
Run kicked off in the US yesterday, Saturday the 16th,
with 700 runners or more providing a suitable commencement of a 4 month,
11,000 mile journey around 50 states.
Lynn Hughes (left) the Deputy Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Delme Bowen (right) and some super athlete(centre) after the inaugural World Harmony 5k run in Pontcanna fields, Cardiff. Read More
Also today will see the release of EZ6 volume 5, the final newsletter before the Self-Transcendence 6 & 10 day races, which begin with the 10 day on April 27th 2005 and Mayday sees the start of the 6-day race.
However there will be a new incarnation of the newsletter which I have yet to name but EZ700 is the first thing that springs to mind because there is no easy 1000 or 1300. Any way If someone has any suggestions, mail me at :
Nobody ever mails me... This is the most popular page on the site bar the frontpage and no one ever writes to me... I must be doing something right I dont even get any spam. xxx
Wednesday March 9, 2005 10:05
Friday March 4, 2005 8:44
The Multiday Runners Handbook excerpt is back up. The February edition of Multiday Running is almost ready... honest. Entries are coming in for the Self-Transcendence 6 & 10 day races and I hope to have a list of entrants soon. Application form is available at multidays.com There is also a 6 day race scheduled for April 10th in Arizona. Gary Cross is having a shot at the multiday scene and we wish him good luck. Info again is at multidays.com
Monday February 21, 2005 16:08
"I didn't mind the conditions because life begins at the edge
Wednesday February 16, 2005 23:04
Wow. Flooded out with responses. Thank you. The new EZ6 newsletter is out and the next edition of Multiday Running magazine is on its way. Applications for the Self-Transcendence 6&10 day races are available from Sahishnu email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The completed application should be sent via snail mail.
11-9 Get the Flags out.
Saturday January 15, 2005 17:43
Saturday January 15, 2005 17:25EZ6...Tips, great ideas, hard to come by info, this is the bees knees and its FREE, gawd blimey. As if that aint enough, the next issue will feature questions put to World Record holder Dipali Cunningham plus another experienced runner and more stuff you know you'll wish you'd known after the second day.
Sign your body and soul away at Multidays.com
Thursday January 13, 2005 7:58
Wow. Its already the second issue. Aided and abetted by Trishul Cherns, Kaneenika Janakova and Satyajit Saha.
Saturday December 11, 2004 18:32
Allright. Yer we go. The new ezine, EZ6 from Multidays.com is available for free now by signing up right here. Packed to a standtill with great things you always wanted to ask but didnt know why? Times up, get your running shoes and head for the door and come April 27th 2005 you'll be glad you dropped by.
Sunday November 28, 2004 0:12
Wednesday November 24, 2004 19:03
The newly renamed Cliff Young Six Day Race has a new site. Regular updates plus a webcam keep us informed of the progress of the runners. Graeme Watts has been leading since the early stages but the great Dane Jesper Olsen has drawn in front. Dawn Parris is leading for the ladies in fifth place overall with Elvira (left) having a better race than her spring experience in New York. We wish her well.
The October edition of Multiday Running is out... hideously late but... what can I do. The cover here, features Ashprihanal Pekka Aalto the winner of the 2004 Self-Transcendence 3100 mile race. The only way to get the magazine at the moment is directly from me. Send an email to the editor @multidays.com (that's me) with your address and for 5 bucks/pounds/euros, depending on where you live, I will send you a copy. Trust me. There's no advertising and a list of the main features can be found here.
Saturday October 30, 2004 20:47
Progress is afoot on the 24 hour race calendar project and will be included in the new issue of Multiday Running out soon.
Monday October 25, 2004 19:29
It can't have been this long...
Saturday August 14, 2004 23:12
The Erkrath 6 day finished on August the 8th, the day that the South
African race began and finishes today. The Erkrath event was won by
Achim Heukemes of Germany with 822,730 kms and the womens race was won
by Conny Bullig also of Germany with 666,991 kms
Wednesday August 11, 2004 20:00
Sunday June 27, 2004 0:26
Final Results in the Self-Transcendence 10 day race
Photos from the start of the Self-Transcendence 10 day race
Video of the early part of the 10 day race (courtesy of Lotus Films)
Sunday May 9, 2004 11:47
Wednesday May 5, 2004 0:12
Saturday May 1, 2004 10:25 PM
Rimas still leads the race and Trishul is settling into second place with another excellent day whilst Lenka has stretched her lead with Dorothea
Friday April 30, 2004 7:31
Daily Updates: Rimas takes a big lead...
Photos of The Sri Chinmoy Self-transcendence 10 day. The race began yesterday at a little after noon and the combined total of runners is the largest ever for the 10 & 6 day races.
Many new runners join veterans of the 10 day as Don Winkley, Trishul Cherns and the great Lithuanian, Rimas Jakelitas start under clear skies.
http://www.srichinmoyraces.us/ Should be pages up tonight.
Sunday April 18, 2004 11:24
This a serious marathon weekend with the London today
and Boston tommorrow which some of my friends will be running and one
of them Arpan DeAngelo has just produced a book called Seven
Steps To A Successful Marathon. You can also download the PDF
Wednesday April 14, 2004 0:22
New 6 Day race announced.
Sunday, March 28, 2004 21:25
SIX DAY RACE INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2004
The Mexican 6-day was won by Vlastimil Dvoracek 44 Doudleby, N.O., Czech Republic 348 (656.328kms) and Sylvia Andonie, San Pedro, Mexico came first for the women with 226 miles (421.716kms). The results can be found at Ultramarathonworld
Thursday March 25, 2004 22:22
Thursday March 18, 2004 21:30
Its been a while. The Barry 40 results are here. I would've liked to have been there but it didnt workout.
The treadmill is all the rage.
Monday January 19, 2004 19:47
Sunday January 11, 2004 18:06
A new website for the Ekrath 2004 6 day race and info in English can be found Here
Thursday January 8, 2004 17:26
From the Ultra listserve:
Dear Ultra Runners,
Serge Arbona, one of the top Ultra Runners in the USA is going to try
The record holder is Karl Graf from Germany. His record is 149.1 miles
Serge will try for the record on 1/24th and 25th at the Towson YMCA
Serge is also doing this for a great cause and is looking for anyone
Checks can be sent to The Animal Rescue Inc. PO box 35 Maryland Line,
Checks can be made out to "Animal Rescue Inc."
you can also write to Serge at email@example.com
Thank you for you time.
"Some of the world's greatest feats were accomplished by people
Wednesday December 31, 2003 20:45
How can this be topped?
Saturday December 27, 2003 8:05
Saturday November 29, 2003
Wednesday November 26, 2003 19:53
Srichinmoy.tv has new videos of the Self-Transcendence Ultra Trio race in September in New york.
Colac 6 day race Australian multiday race results. Elvira is the top lady again.
8th November 2003
The Copenhagen 6-day challenge results.
The Self transcendence Ultra trio results can be found here
The Self-Transcendence Ultra Trio begins in Flushing Meadow, Queens, New York, with the Ladies 1300 start on the 8th of September when Lenka Svecova begins her solo assault at the immense distance. The mens race has two competitors and begins a day later on the 9th.
Surasa Mairer, pictured, will be entering the 1000 mile race after her tremendous success last September when she set a new world record in the 700 mile event, a record that had stood for several years.
Also a good friend of mine will be making a
To Be A Runner
People have always been running around. If it wasnt chasing down locomotive food then running after thieves has been an option to man since he first mastered the two legged position. Very little has changed in the last 20,000 years except footware and speed and of course reasons why we run. It is generally agreed that exercise can promote a healthier body if care and understanding are utilised. Just as a tool gets worn in to the job at hand so eventually does the body quit whining and begin to enjoy the freedom and the fresh air though its true in our security conscious world, more and more people turn to the treadmill to get their miles in. Recently a new world record for 24 hour treadmill run has been set by Tony Mangan 216.37 kms. It wasnt until the 1800's that long distance running or walking began to attract the eyes of serious athletes.
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